APRIL 27, 1918.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CASE1 AND VASITY
Adams V'Vill Start at First, with Gar
rett at Second, Knode Short,
and Mraz Third
RUIZICKA, SAUNDERS, PARSONS,
OR SHEIDLER TO START IN BOX
Entire Squad Displays More Pep Than
Usual in Spite of Inclement
* ase wil go up against the pep-
piest team Coach Lundgren has yet
sent into the fray, if the Varsity dis-
play the sam energy and life this
afternoon that they did yesterday in
a short fielding practice.
The lineup will be changed slight-
ly from the one sent against M. A. C.
Wednesday, Adams playing first, Gar-
rett on second, and Gilmartin divid-
ing the chances of getting in the game
at center field with Langenhan. The
other field positions will be taken
as usual by Ohimacher and Cooper,
Mraz being the choice for third with
Mike Knode at his regular berth at
In spite of the drizzling rain the
fielding practice was clean and the
throwing accurate. Garrett at secondf
gathered them in from in front of
- rst or on short stop side of the bag
with equal avidity. . Knode also sur-
prised the coach several times by
fielding cleanly drives near third and
over second that looked good for a hit.
Mraz displayed oceans of pep, get-
ting them across the diamond while
they were still hot. Shorty comes up
for bunts with plenty of speed and is
able to heave them across the diamond
with mystic accuracy.
Morrison, complaining of a sore
arm, pegged to all three bases within
an inch or two of where they were de-
sired time after time. Genebach who
also stands' a chance of staring today
did not display the pep same as Small-
ey but handled the ball cleanly and
threw fairly accurately. While going
after a high foul Genebach and Mor-
rison were unable to decide which one
.was, to take it and rammed their heads
together. The big blonde was laid
out for a minute or two but his rival
was not affected with the exception of
a slight scratch..
Adams seems to be able to hold first
base down and to gather in wide
throws with his foot on the bag. His
fielding was of the same quality he
displayed against Western Reserve.
and M. A. C.
Cooper in left field covered more
ground than is common yesterday,
coming in close and going way out
after the long hits of 'the coach's
fungo bat, surprising the latter several
times by getting drives that seemed
entirely out of his reach. Ohlmacher
covered his territoy in his usual way
and heaved them in from near and far.
Langenhan and Gilmartin taking
turns at the hits going toward center
field did not show that either was
much better than the other, thus leaving
the coach with the problem he had be-
fore the practice started, that of de-
ciding who would start in the middle
Four pitchers are-ready to start to-
morrow, Ruzicka, Saunders, Parsons,
and Sheidler, but the coach has not
yet given out which one or ones will
be used against the Case aggregation.
All four men took a good workout
before going in.
The Varsity lineup is: Mraz, 3rd;
Adams, 1st; Garrett, 2nd; Knode, ss;
Morrison or Genebach, c; Gilmartin or
Langenhan, cf; Ohlmacher, rf; Coop-
er, lf; and Ruzicka, Saunders, Par-
sons, or Sheidler, p.
Three Sets facke
T UP Tournament
Weather permitting the Varity ten-
nis players will have a chance this
afternoon to try their prowess against
another university for the first time
this year. A two man team from
Chicago is scheduled to meet the
Michigan representatives, Hamer and
Egbert, at 2 o'clock on Ferry field.
There will be three matches, two in
singles and on in doubles
The class of the Maroon players is
an unknown quantity, but it is certain
that they will have to show some fast
playing if they are to defeat the.
Michigan duo. The Wolverines, how-
ever, have been considerably handi-
capped by lack of practice, due to
the recent rainy weather. This may
be a serious drawback to the Michi-
gan men, especially in the doubles
match, where practice is so necessary
for good teamwork.
From what little practice they have
been able to get between showers, it
looks as if the Michigan pair were
foo+ vronnino inn thei n lform,
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HOW THE FIGURES LOOK
TRACK SQUAD LOSES
M\lichian's track team sustained an-
depend upon the way the second string
men have developed to take their
The Pennsylvania relay carnival for
the colleges and universities will be
held today. Yesterday was devoted to
* Ohlmacher ...
* Glenn .........
a Ruzicka ........
ames At Bat
other loss by the enlistment of one of1
its stars, Freddy Zoellin. He enlisted the competition between. the army
in the Canadian tank service a few camp teams and those from the navy,
days ago, but does not know when he Johnson will run in the hurdles, and
wil be called to duty. There is-a pos- possibly in the 100 yard dash this
sibility that he may remain here long afternoon, although he may have to
take part in some of the preliminary
enough to get into one of the coming heats in these events during the morn-
dual meets. Zoellin has been running ingg
the 100 yard and 220 yard dashes since
the squad went out doors at Ferry
field. Coach Farrell had intended to E
have Zoellin run in the sprints, thus o e
releasing Johnson for the hurdles and~
the jumps. Zoellin's departure will }
leave the burden of running the dashes BY
to Cook, member of last year's All-B
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FRESHMEN KEPT BUSY
COACH IS IA)OKING FOR MATERIAL
TO STRENGTHEN HIS FIRST
Batting practice constituted the
short workout given the freshmen
baseball squad by Coach Mitchell, on
Ferry field, yesterday afternoon.
The bad weather and swing-out kept
many of the yearlings away from the
field. The few that were out, were
kept at hitting practice in an endeavor;
to get their eyes on the ball. Coach
Mitchell used some of his second
string pitchers in the box, tossing
them up to the batters, that he might
find out what they possessed, but the
bad weather hindered their work to a,
The first team that was sent against
the Varsity Thursday evening has sev-
eral weak places and the freshman
mentor is looking for some good mate-
rial among his second string men to
strengthen the nine. The appearance
put up against Coach Lundgren's men
was poor but this was largely due to
the wildness of the pitchers. Kimball
who worked first, and who walked the
entire Varsity has been suffering with.
a sore arm for the past few after-
Today's practice begins at 1 o'clock
sharp. All the candidates are desired
to be on hand and a hard workout will
take place. The finishing touches are
to be given the first team this after-
noon and during the beginning days of
next week. As soon as the team is
gotten into condition Coach Lundgren
will probably have them up against
the Varsity several nights a week to
prepare the big team for the first Con-
BY UNON NDYoIM, C,
GA-S ENGINE MECHNICS
FORMER TRACK AND BASEBALL
MEN ANXIOUS TO SHOW THEIR
A sweeping challenge to University
organizations interested in athletics1
has been issued by the University of
MIchigan draft detachment, usually
known as the gas engine mechanics
who are now using the engineering
shops. There are several prominent
athletes in the detachment who are de-
sirous of meeting campus organiza-
tions in baseball or track.
The challenge is addressed to the
Varsity teams, class teams, or fratern-
ity organizations. These men have
made the University Y. M. C. A. their
headquarters and anyone wishing to
accept the challenge or get informa-
tion thereon should get into touch with
First Sergeant Romaine, Corporal
Crawford, and Private Nothstine are
the star track athletes of the detach-
ment. Romaine has the Virginia state
championship in the 100 and 220 yard
dashes. Crawford holds the cham-
pionship of Ohio in the high jump and
at one time put on an exhibition at
the Detroit Y. M. 0. where he clear-
ed the bar at 5 feet 11 inches, there-
by gaining the medal championship
of Michigan. It is very doubtful if
his record in this event can be better-
ed by any one on the campus. Rec-
ords made at Columbus, Ohio, in the
one, three, and five mile events are
held by Nothstine.
However, the mechanics do not re-
strict their challenge to track. They
are equally keen for baseball con-
tests and promise any team who ac-
cepts their challenge a stiff game.
Sink, Harry Meyer; N. C. Fetter, Glen
Hersman, and George F. Hurley, '18L.
With this committee, will work, de-
legates from the drafted men, Ser-
geant Romaine, D. V. Crawford, and
S. J. Nothstein.
fresh track team.
Cook, while not as fast as Zoellin,
is a good runner, has been improving
with every day's practice. His best
showing this year was aththe Drake
relays, when running third for the
Wolverine team, he regained the lead
which Michigan's second runner had
The Maize and Blue's chances for a
successful out door track season have
been somewhat diminished by the loss
of three stars within the last month,
Forbes, Stoll, and Zoellin. Much will
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MAY 15, 16, 17, 18, 1918
Claudia Muzio Myrna Sharlow
Ada Grace Johnson
Lois Marjorie Johnston
Emma Roberts Nora Crane Hunt
.Giovanni Martinelli Paul Althouse
James Hamilton Odra Ottis Patton
Riccardo Stracciari, Giuseppe de Luca
Arthur Middleton Bernard Ferguson
Robert Dieterle David D. Nash
Tihe University Choral Union
A Children's Chorus
Tie Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Beatitudes (Cesar Franck)
Into the World (Benoit)
Albert A. Stanley and Frederick Stock
First Festival Concert
M me. Margarete Matzenauer, Contralto
Sig. Riccardo Stracciari, Baritone
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Mr. Frederick, Conductor
Overture-"Leonore," No. 3......Beethoven
Aria-"Oh, casto fior del mio sospir"
Sig. Riccardo Stracciari
Suite-"Scheherazade," Opus 3.......
The Sea adSindba's Ship; The Narrative
of the Kalender Prince.
The Young Prince and the Young Princess;
Festival at Bagdad.
The Sea; The ship goes to pieces on a rock;
Songs with Piano:
Before the Crucifix.........Frank LaForge
Sorrow in Springtime (in Russian) ....
Dear Lad o' Mine...... ....Branscomnbe
Carnaval ............. ....Fourdrain
Mne. Margarete Matzenauer
(Frank LaForge, Accompanist)
Aria-"Eri tu che macchiavi" (Un Ballo in
Prelude-"The Afternoon of a Fawn" Debussy
Aria-"Largo al factotum" (Barber of Se-
Irish Rhapsody ....................Herbert
Second Festival Concert
"The Beatitudes," an Oratorio.. Cesar Franck
Miss Lois Marjorie Johnston, Soprano
Miss Emma Roberts, Mezzo Soprano
Siss Nora Crane Hunt, Contralto
Mr. Paul Althouse, Tenor
M. Arthur Middleton, Baritone
MA r. Ilernard Ferguson, Baritone
Midr. James Hamilton, Tenor
M4r. Odra Ottis Patton, Tenor
Mr. Robert Richard Dieterle, Baritone
Mr. David Nash, Baritone
~Ilr. Earl V. Moore, Organist
The University Choral Union
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
118 E. LIBERTY ST.
LANE HALL TURNED OVER
MEN FOR RECREATIONAL
In co-operation with the Union, the
University Y. M. C. A. is making ex-
tensive arrangements for the enter-
tainment of the draft detachment
which is working at present in the
Lane hall has been opened to the
men, the full privilege of the build-
ing being extended to them while sta-
tioned here. Writing tables have
been installed in the basement of the
hall, and these are equipped with Y.
M. C. A. war stationery and writing
materials The men have access tc
the piano, magazines, and newspapers,
which have already been placed
there, while arrangements are being
made for the installation of a Victrola
and the purchase of sheet music, and
Will Use Ferry Field
In addition to the work carried on
at Lane hall, the officials of the "Y"
are negotiating with the University
for the use of Ferry field by the me-
chanics on Saturday afternoons.
George F. Hurley, '18L, president of
the Union, is chairman of a-commit-
tee to obtain literature for each of
the five barracks in the city.
Harry Meyers, director of student
activities at the Congregational
church; has extended a hearty invi-
tation to the draft detachment to at-
tend the services held in Ann Arbor
churches, and is also planning for the
entertainment of the men in the homes
of the city. Prof. Clarence- T. John-
son is at present completing a sche-
dule of war lectures, one to be de-
livered each week. Sings will be con-
ducted two or three nights each week
after mess at the Union, and at least
once a week a smoker or mixer of
some nature will be held in Lane hall.
The committee in general charge of
the work is as follow': Roy C. Jacob-
son, chairman; Prof Clarence T.
Johnson, Frank Bacon, '02; Charles
Harvard Eights Win Trial Spins
Princeton, N. Y., April 26.-- The
Harvard varsity and freshman eights
held two trial spins, and Princeton
won over the Carnegie lake course in
preparation for the regatta between
the two institutions tomorrow.
Bill Urges Military Rank for Nurses
Military rank for army nurses, is
the import of a bill which a delega-
tion of prominent New York women
are urging congress to pass. They
claim that authority on the field is
an essential to increasing the efficiency
of the 9,000 nurses now in survice.
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Soloist-Mr. Rudolph Ganz, Pianist
The Children's Chorus
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Mr. Frederick Stock and Mr. Albert A.
Overture to "The Secret of Susanne"..
...... ..... Wolf-Ferrari
"Into the World"......... ....Benoit
Suite-"The Wand of Youth," Op. ,B, Llgar
Concerto for Pianoforte No. r, B Flat Minor,
Opus 23................... . Tschaikowsky
Fourth Festival Concert
Soloist-Mme. Claudia Muzio, Soprano
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Mr. Frederick Stock, Conductor
The National Anthem
Suite-No. ,3 D Major.. .. .....Bach
Aria-"Depuis le jour," from Louise
Symphony No. L, D Minor, Op. io, Schumann
Aria-"Suicidio," from "Gioconda", Ponchielli
Scherzo-"L'Apprenti Sorcier".. ..Dukas
Aria-"Birds' Song," from "Pagliacci".
March-"Pomp and Circumstance ...lgar
Fifth Festival Concert
Soloist-Joseph Bonnet, Organist
Forerunners of Bach:
(a) Prelude, Fugue and Chaconne.
(b) Recit de tierce en taille .........
. Nicolas de Grigny (1671-1703)
(Organist of Rheims Cathedr-al)
(c) Prelude ......Clerambault (1676.1749)
Fantasie and Fugue, G minor..............
...Johann Sebastian Bach (1683-1750)
Tenth Organ Concerto, D minor.........
.George Frederick Handel (68s-175)
Cadenzas by Alexander Guilmant
(a) Noel languedocien (French Christmas
(li - oral in A minor, No. 3. .. Cesar Franck
(a) Imnps .t y(from Suite in D). .
.... Arthur Foote
(b) Cortege ... ... ,... . Debussy
(a) Ariel (after a reading of smtlce Pre)
(b) Rhapsodie catalane (with pedal cadenza)
Sixth Festival Concert
"Carmen," an Opera in Four Acts. Bizet
Doa Jose, Corporal of Dragoons........
... . . . Giovanni Martinelli
Escamillo, Toreador........ Giuseppe deLuca
Zuniga, Captain of Dragoons; Morales Offi-
cer ...... ..........Arthur Middleton
Carmen, a gypsy girl. .. Margarete Matzenauer
Micaela, a village maiden.....Myrna Sharlow
Frasquita, Mercedes, companions of Carmen,
Lois Marjorie Johnston, Ada Grace Johnston
El Dancairo, El Remendado, smugglers...
....Odra Ottis Patton, James Hamilton
Dragoons, Gypsies, Smuggler's, Cigarette-
girls, Street-boys, etc..Univ. Choral Union
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Mr. Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
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